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10 promising wearables to make the world a better place

14 Oct 2015  | Hailey Lynne McKeefry

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Product: TermoTell

Country of origin: Nigeria and U.S.


Description: A bracelet used to monitor and analyse a child's temperature in real-time in order to save the lives of children at risk of malaria

Product: Totem Open Health

Country of origin: Netherlands

Totem Open Health

Description: An open platform and ecosystem for wearable health technology, including: sensors, data collection, storage, sharing, analysis and algorithmic interpretation

Product: WAAA!

Country of origin: U.K.


Description: Wearable, Anytime, Anywhere, Apgar is a mobile phone, text-based surveillance service that systematically transmits live APGAR data via soft patch sensors located on a new-born baby

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